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america. >> i was raising money when i was in my corporate role for the earthquakes in pakistan and went with otr c.e.o.s to pakistan, save the children was on the ground and doing extraordinary work. in pakistan and it sort of stuck in my mind that is the kind of organization i would love to be a part of. >> when mulcahy retired from xerox after 34 years, she remembered that trip to pakistan. >> i wanted to make a change and i've always had a belief that if you are privileged to have a role like that, your post c.e.o. life should be about hopefully making a difference in a world of social responsibilities. >> she says her corrate background comes in handy in her new role. >> if you've had a long career in the corporate world, your relationships your ability to get visibility towards important topics becomes very important. there is a discipline in the corporate world about return on investment and metrics that are expected by donors these days in the non-profit world are also enhanced by some of that corporate experience. so it's not so much the corporate set of skills versus the non-pr
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